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Jane: Meh, it's just... I do. Thanks. It's just... It's an easy call. You're very attractive but unhappy and accustomed to using your sexuality as a weapon. Did you use your sexuality as a weapon against him
The man with the bag: Following you Shoot, I thought California was friendly. I'm just trying to make a sale here... life insurance. Cute young couple like yourselves, now you've gotta think about the future, right You got kids yet
Van Pelt: Hey, boss. According to the information Slocombe dug up, Louis Anglet doesn't just deal in stolen antiquities. He's a hired gun, never indicted, but a prime suspect in three killings. And he hasn't left the country. He's still here.
Lisbon: We don't even know where Anglet is. What we do know is that every time Slocombe opens his mouth, he lies. We've got a bolo out on him. In the meantime, let's just pursue the case we're developing. Hopper Banks is still our prime suspect. Let's check out his house for the gun.
Francis Slocombe (stirs a spoonful into a cup of tea): I just meant to question him. I don't know what came over me. I saw red. I'll end up in prison, just like you predicted. Very foolish.
Dr. Bailey is in labor, and without her husband Tucker Jones (who is undergoing neurosurgery) by her side, she refuses to push. George works with Addison to convince Bailey to have the baby. He finally gets through to Bailey by giving her the motivation that she needs, and ultimately he holds her while she delivers the baby. Izzie and Alex have sex again. Chief Richard Webber is under a lot of stress from everything that's been going on, and it is believed that he is having a heart attack, which lures his wife Adele to the hospital. Dr. Bailey's husband goes into cardiac arrest. Meredith finally removes the explosive from the patient, and Dylan, the leader of the bomb squad, carries it away. Meredith steps out of the operating room into the hallway, curiously watching Dylan walk away with the explosive, and at that moment, the bomb explodes, killing Dylan and a second bomb squad member. Meredith is knocked unconscious by the explosion. There is a revival of the \"shower scene\" from the first part, but with a more serious tone: the fully clothed Izzie and Cristina wash blood off of a stunned Meredith as George looks on. Both Dr. Bailey's husband, and the man who had the explosive embedded in his body, survive. At the end of the episode, Preston and Derek become friends, overcoming their initial rivalry in the series beginning, and call each other by their first names. Cristina says \"I love you, too\" to a sleeping Preston. Derek comes to visit Meredith and says, \"You almost died today,\" and Meredith tells him that she can't remember their last kiss. Derek recalls the kiss for her, telling her that she \"smelled like some kind of flower,\" which Meredith says was lavender, and then he leaves.
Dave Anderson of TV Guide liked the use of Anna Nalick's song in three key scenes. He called the scene where O'Malley convinces Bailey to go through with the birth \"Knight's turn for Emmy consideration.\" Wetpaint named it in December 2011 one of the 5 best episodes of Grey's Anatomy along with the first part \"It's the End of the World\". Variety listed the episode in its top 10 most bizarre medical maladies encountered in the series.
Medical YouTuber Doctor Mike went over the two-parter highlighting all of the medical mistakes as well as the completely unrealistic actions of the bomb squad leader, calling him \"the most useless bomb squad person ever\".
This season, the two shows are more intertwined than before. While slightly more \"realistic,\" as there's bound to be some crossover with first responders and doctors, it will also create problems for those who watch just one of the shows.
Vic is looking for Ibuprofen. She's nursing a funeral hangover. Andy isn't feeling well either. Vic is planning on staying at Travis' next. Andy is nervous about being called to the wildfire in LA, which is uncharted territory for her. Vic asks what she packed in her giant bag. She packed some textbooks with chapters on wildfire.
Vic finds a private room. Dean follows her. She's not okay. Lucas is dead and it's raining fire and they cut off a guy's hand. She's dark and she can't see the light. Out of nowhere, a cat walks in through the pet door. It's Rumplebum Tankers. Vic says it does not prove his point. It just means even cats know it's too dangerous to be outside and that even hardcore survivalists can forget to clamp up pet doors.
Nalley informs Pruitt, Ryan, and Travis that 19 is protected at the moment, just isolated. The fire hasn't hit the neighborhood. He stresses that there is no need to panic yet. Dylan types up that there is enough to do to stay busy. Pruitt wants to grab their badges from a bag but instead finds a bag full of cash. Ryan says the badges are in the other bag. Pruitt knows where that money came from. Pruitt says they'll find him if he uses it. He shouldn't let his father's bad decision ruin his life. He needs to get rid of it fast. The wildfire can help.
Back in Seattle, Dean shares that the fire has been 80% contained. And Nikki just parked outside. He invites Jack and Maya to brunch. Maya is happy to finally get to meet her. Jack is happy to have a double date. Nikki walks in and Dean introduces her. It turns out she's an ex of Maya's.
Ben has his oral exam for Medic One. The proctor confronts him with his decision to perform an unsanctioned field amputation. Ben confirms that he did so without permission from Medical Control or the patient. With no access to a sterile field or post-op care, the proctor points out Ben neglected to follow the strict patient care guidelines. Ben argues there were extenuating circumstances. The proctor says that's true for every call Medic One makes, yet they follow the guidelines. They need to make sure that Medic One members aren't rash with their responsibility of making life-or-death decisions. They don't need cowboys. Ben assures them he did not make the decision lightly. The proctor says it made them look into his record, including his surgical career. It looks like he has a history with \"extenuating circumstances.\"
Station 19 was called to California to help fight a large wildfire there. They went to the command center, where they were assigned to structure protection on Blue Willow Lane. They went to the neighborhood and started cleaning up brush, closing windows, and otherwise preparing for the fire to come through. And older couple that had lived there for decades, Terry and Maria, refused to evacuate, saying their house was prepared and they'd always stayed before. They started getting sprayed by embers that started small fires. They were also trapped in the neighborhood because the only access was blocked. While clearing brush, Terry got his hand stuck in the brush clearer. They started to prepare to open the rotors and free him, but Ben realized they didn't have time and prepared to cut off his hand instead to free him. Once he was free, they brought him back to their house and were able to stabilize him. Finally, the fire arrived and they lost radio contact with the command center. Dylan said there was an unknown access road, that may help the team get out. Back on Blue Willow Lane, Andy and Sullivan were forced to hide underwater in a pool while the fire passed overhead. Ryan was able to use a signal booster to get a call through to them and they were able to find the road out to safety and got back to incident command.
The three Starfleet officers leave the bridge with Captain Kirk leaving Commander Spock in command. They enter the transporter room and wait to be beamed down but just as Chief Engineer Montgomery Scott begins the sequence, the three instantaneously vanish from the starship. They find themselves lying on their backs on a strangely decorated floor. Kirk surmises it could be a transporter malfunction, and then realizes by looking up at the planet's sky that there are three suns and they are on an entirely different planet, judging from the color of the sky. Meanwhile, Scott reports to Spock the unusual disappearance of the landing party (no \"flash of light,\" sparkle, or dematerialization process), but they can find no reason.
Shahna brings Kirk his dinner and tells him that he makes her feel \"strangely\". He begins kissing her again and as she looks at him with bedroom eyes, he knocks her out. Taking her key, he frees Chekov and Uhura, who have also disabled their drill thralls. They plan to find their phasers and try to short out their collars. As they move across the arena, Galt appears and activates their collars but does not kill them. The voice of Provider 1 tell them that this was just a warning.
After planetfall, Uhura informs Captain Kirk that she is in contact with an Iotian named Bela Okmyx who describes himself as \"Boss\". Okmyx invites Kirk to come down to the planet's surface saying that a \"reception committee\" will be waiting for him upon arrival. Since the Horizon's visit was before the Federation's Prime Directive against non-interference, Kirk, Spock and McCoy are concerned about what effects the Horizon's crew may have had on the Iotian culture which was just beginning industrialization at the time and have a knack for imitation. The three beam down to find a culture resembling that of Chicago in the 1920s. They are immediately greeted by two men dressed as gangsters who threaten them with Tommy guns.
The landing party surrenders its standard phasers and communicators and are asking questions of the gunmen when a drive-by shooting occurs. One of the gunmen is killed; the other refers to the \"hit\" being committed by someone named Krako. Kirk, Spock, and McCoy are taken to Okmyx's office, where they learn that Okmyx is one of a dozen or so \"Bosses\" and that he has the largest territory on Iotia. The office contains a book (referred to as \"The Book\") published in the year 1992 titled Chicago Mobs of the Twenties. Okmyx informs Kirk, Spock, and McCoy that \"The Book\" was left by the crew of the Horizon, and the landing party correctly deduces that the entire Iotian culture has been formed by \"This Book\". Okmyx refers to the landing party as \"Feds\" and tells them he wants the Enterprise to furnish him with \"heaters\" so he can wipe out all of the other bosses and take total control of the planet. Kirk refuses and Okmyx gives him just eight hours to provide the weapons or die. 59ce067264